Legend goes, that dotfiles were invented when
ls used to skip files and directories starting with a
. (dot). As a result, files that begin with such a character were not shown when listing using
ls — i.e. it was a "hidden" file. Since dotfiles are ususually user-specific, a predestined place for them is the
Commonly used files are for example:
My development setup. Includes dotfiles/configs, apps, tools, vscode extensions, neovim plugins, etc.
💻 My settings for macOS, kitty, zsh, nvim, tmux, and more 🛠
💻 neovim, fish, tmux, git, homebrew, neovim - my whole world
personal dotfiles repository of muniftanjim
🧙♀️ [DOTI] My Personal `Dotfiles`, manage with yadm.
A personal Emacs configuration with a name that doesn't sound personal
These are my dotfiles, there are many like them but these ones are mine